Song Soiree: Loving Your Life
Tantric Performance at TantraNova
Please join singer & songwriter, Freddy Zental, at his musical soiree of inspiring stories, vocal and instrumental performance in Song Soiree: Loving Your Life.
Enjoy a compilation of original tunes, stories and unique arrangements of familiar standards. In his mellow and rhythmically inspired style, Freddy Zental sings and plays the Jimbay drum. He does this while he makes the HandSonic and Wave Drum come alive while layering and looping vocals.
Zental’s philosophy is all about feeling good: “When we are listening to music, the right brain hemisphere—the creative, timeless, expressive and feeling dimension of our brain gets activated — and that makes us feel good.”
Freddy Zental Weaver
Freddy Zental Weaver is a performing artist, accomplished percussionist and singer, stand-up comedian and story teller. He has toured the United States, performing at playhouses and theatres, yoga studios, conferences, performing arts centers, festivals, colleges and private events. An actor since the age of eight years, he has appeared in Medea with Bea Richards and Maya Angelou. He has also performed in readings with Universal Studios. Not to mention the work he did with Black on Black at the University of Hawaii. As well as his performance in The Life and Times of Thomas Paine, in San Francisco.
Freddy Zental always wanted to sing. However, he was told at an early age that he couldn’t. He was determined to birth his one-man show, ‘Sexual Enlightenment.’ In his late forties, he wanted to create a multi-media experience that would include singing, comedy, drums and electronics. So he then started to embark on developing himself as a singer. Today, after years of great voice coaches, regular open mic performances and serious practicing, he is proud to present an evening of song and inspiration.
“Two thumbs up! Five stars! In his one-person play, Zental publicly celebrates sexuality with simpleness, gentleness, compassion, and profoundness. His journey becomes a reflection for our own. The play is theater, comedy, and wisdom teaching all in one. TantraNova Man rocks . . . our soul.”Kenneth Ray Stubbs